Bedtime Blues

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Bedtime Blues-Frank Stokes
Stokes, A position, standard tuning, Dan Sane, D position, standard tuning

INTRO

Don't want a jealous-hearted woman makin' up my bed
She'll put somethin' in your mattress, man, make you wish you was dead
She'll give you pains through your body, get you hurtin' all through your head

SOLO

Now when you lay down at night, call your good friend by name
Now when you lay down at night, call your good friend by name
You don't like my treatment, you sure can make a change

SOLO

And I looked at the sun, then the sun was shining warm
And I looked at the sun, and the sun was shining warm
You never miss your good gal, 'til you caught the train and gone

And she stood and cried, "What d'you want me to say to you?"
Hey, stood and cried, "What you want me to say to you?"
"I want you to think 'bout the things, baby, that me and you used to do."

SOLO

And then, run here, baby, let's join hearts and hands
And then, run here, baby, I said, let's join hearts and hands
I been in a troublesome place, gal, ever since I been your man

If the blues was whiskey, I'd stay drunk every day
If the blues was whiskey, I'd stay drunk every day
The last time I seen you, tryin' to make your get-away

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